Government

May 5, 2019

UNION COUNTY, NJ – On April 23, 2015, Tami Eagle Bowling learned she had metastatic breast cancer that spread to her liver, and in the years since she has dedicated herself to raising awareness of and funds for metastatic breast cancer research. In April, she founded METAvivors of NJ to support ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s freeholder board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ – On April 23, 2015, Tami Eagle Bowling learned she had metastatic breast cancer that spread to her liver, and in the years since she has dedicated herself to raising awareness of and funds for metastatic breast cancer research. In April, she founded METAvivors of NJ to support ...

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NEW YORK – Several members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th, joined Gov. Phil Murphy and others Friday to testify at a field roundtable of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the House of Representatives on the importance of federal ...

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  NEW YORK – Several members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th, joined Gov. Phil Murphy and others Friday to testify at a field roundtable of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the House of Representatives on the importance of ...

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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ - The Municipal Clerks' Association of New Jersey has honoroed Hillsborough Township Clerk Pam Borek as Clerk of the Year for 2018/19. Borek, a Hillsborough resident who has served as Township Clerk since 2012, was recognized at the MCANJ annual meeting in Atlantic City May 1, ...

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  NEW YORK – Several members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th, joined Gov. Phil Murphy and others Friday to testify at a field roundtable of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the House of Representatives on the importance of ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s freeholder board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s freeholder board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

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NEW YORK – Several members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th, joined Gov. Phil Murphy and others Friday to testify at a field roundtable of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the House of Representatives on the importance of federal ...

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PARAMUS, NJ -- A fixture in local government, politics and the Paramus community for decades, former Councilman Sam Casiello passed away on Friday at the age of 78. He leaves behind a beloved family including a wife, two children and three grandchildren, as well as a legacy of advocating for ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ – On April 23, 2015, Tami Eagle Bowling learned she had metastatic breast cancer that spread to her liver, and in the years since she has dedicated herself to raising awareness of and funds for metastatic breast cancer research. In April, she founded METAvivors of NJ to support ...

Read more »

ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s freeholder board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Since it made its first purchase of 44 acres of land in 1981 and built its first building at 100 Connell Drive, economic conditions have changed more than once and the Connell Company has changed its plans to fit the conditions.  Today the 180+ acre site now is home to ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s freeholder board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

Read more »

  NEW YORK – Several members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th, joined Gov. Phil Murphy and others Friday to testify at a field roundtable of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the House of Representatives on the importance of ...

Read more »

  NEW YORK – Several members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, D-7th, joined Gov. Phil Murphy and others Friday to testify at a field roundtable of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the House of Representatives on the importance of ...

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UNION COUNTY – The Union County Board of Taxation recently passed a resolution ordering the Township of Springfield to complete a property revaluation. The last time Springfield had a revaluation was over 30 years ago. A revaluation program seeks to spread the tax burden equitably within a ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s freeholder board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

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WESTFIELD, NJ – The town is celebrating Earth Day on Saturday with a free swap and series of activities for families. Celebrations will be held at the South Avenue Train Station Parking Lot from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Activities include the following: Kids craft – Visitors can make their own ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ – On April 23, 2015, Tami Eagle Bowling learned she had metastatic breast cancer that spread to her liver, and in the years since she has dedicated herself to raising awareness of and funds for metastatic breast cancer research. In April, she founded METAvivors of NJ to support ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - “I appreciate the fact that a utility company is re-investing our town. Thank you for re-investing in the Plainfield community” was Nancy Piwowar’s comments to the NJ American Water team during the open comment period at the Planning meeting. NJ American Water’s team appeared ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ – Union County’s Freeholder Board is weighing in on a controversy surrounding the anticipated installation of taller utility poles and more powerful electric lines. The Freeholders are considering a formal measure supporting municipal officials’ efforts to relocate PSE&G’s high ...

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GLEN ROCK, NJ - Congressman Josh Gottheimer is encouraging nonprofits, including houses of worship, schools and religious institutions to apply for the Nonprofit Security Grant, which is geared to provide funding for target hardening and physical security enhancements to help protect against ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - The city took another step toward using eminent domain to acquire abandoned properties scattered across the town's nearly six square miles. The city council voted 5-0 during its May 1 meeting on an ordinance authorizing the acquisition of abandoned properties by eminent ...

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RANDOLPH – An ordinance regulating portable storage containers was tabled at the Thursday, May 2, council meeting for further clarification. Township Manager Stephen Mountain said the ordinance was in response to complaints about storage units on residential properties. Councilwoman Marie Potter ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Since it made its first purchase of 44 acres of land in 1981 and built its first building at 100 Connell Drive, economic conditions have changed more than once and the Connell Company has changed its plans to fit the conditions.  Today the 180+ acre site now is home to ...

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SPRINGFIELD, NJ - With the 2019 municipal budget nearing final presentation and approval, the Springfield Township Committee held the first of two community meetings yesterday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in the municipal chambers of town hall. The finance sub-committee, which consists of Mayor Erica ...

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CAMDEN, NJ — Local officials in Camden went on the offensive Thursday against Gov. Phil Murphy, claiming the governor is playing politics by attacking businesses that tapped a state tax incentive program to move into the city. In a joint statement, Mayor Frank Moran, Camden County Freeholder ...

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SPRINGFIELD, NJ - With construction moving forward on the former Saks Fifth Avenue site, the Springfield Township Committee will be holding a meeting next week to inform residents of the plans thus far. At the moment, here are the facts about the property: The site is 9.7 acres in total area.

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